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. this is in hattiesburg, mississippi, area. easily you can detect that, it's a tornado, and it goes hand in hand with our doppler radar i am imagines and what the national weather service is telling us. forest county and jones county in mississippi, these storms are moving to the east-northeast a good 40, 45 miles per hour. you're under a tornado warning. it's in southwest alabama, choctaw county, clark county, washington county. we have as many as four warnings. previous hour or two we have had four or five warnings, nothing materializing from that and now we're getting damage reports. the system is going to continue to almost strike fear in many residents of the deep south into the overnight period because this system continues to churn. now, this is just one image. let me show you the radar picture. this is the southern edge of the frontal system that actually stretches all the way up to where blizzard warnings are in effect for areas of the upper midwest. eventually this is all going to move to the same area that was hit, of course, with, you know, one, two, even three feet of snowfall. that's a floo
this out. hattiesburg, mississippi, my name is ronald grant and check this out. it's happening right outside my hotel. look at that. look at all that damage, dude. oh, snap. >> so, sarah, i don't know if you were able to hear that, but we're hearing the voice of a man who is looking at the tornado, which is coming very close, and i imagine this might be going down the very road that you were discussing. tell us a little bit more about the area where this tornado touched down. >> we're on the west side of hattiesburg near the mall, turtle creek mall. it's the side of hattiesburg where hardy street turns into 98, so there are tons of businesses, tons of houses. it's about a middle class area for as far as homes and families. >> were you expecting this? did you have any idea that this weather might be heading toward you? >> i mean, i knew we were going to have bad weather as of this morning, but i didn't know anything about tornadoes. >> have you had any experience with them before in hattiesburg? >> no. i'm kind of terrified of them. >> yeah. >> to be honest. >> you're a long-time resi
's an imminent threat right now. multiple tornado warnings, and eight across southern portions of mississippi and there are a number of thunderstorms that are showing the location and basically could produce a tornado touchdown at the moment, if the tornado is not currently on the ground already and there's one particular tornado warning that i do want to mention and includes wayne county, washington county and across portions of southern mississippi and moving into alabama, where a tornado has been confirmed in this area, so, people have the spotted it, and you really need to seek shelter, again, if you live in any of these counties, wayne, washington, and chocktow counties. 40, 50, 60 miles per hour, so it's important to take these warnings very seriously because maybe you don't have a tornado right now on the ground in your area at the moment, but they move very quickly, otherwise the storm system very large and you can see the storms across portions of the great lakes, all the way down into kentucky, tennessee, alabama, mississippi and louisiana and this is really where we do have that ri
emphasis on it. 2013 so far shows a whole new republican offensive opening on abortion rights. mississippi, as you know, is poised to become the first state where republicans might successfully use state government to shut down the last abortion clinic left in that state. there is a handful of states that have only one clinic left. mississippi is one of them. and republicans there say they want to put that one remaining clinic out of business using regulations that are targeted to do just that. as they are getting closer and closer to maybe achieving that goal, that beleaguered last mississippi clinic in recent days, look what they have done. they have painted themselves bright pink. fluorescent pink. pepto pink. the clinic's owner telling a local newspaper "it's a woman's color. it says we're right here and we're not going anywhere." they are clearly not going without a fight. but the clinic did get their notice today that the state health department intends to revoke their license. meanwhile, outside of mississippi, in another of the states that is down to just one clinic, republicans in
by a storm chaser in hattiesburg, mississippi, late this afternoon. when an enormous tornado touched the ground and started tearing up the town. we have extensive damage to show you tonight. there are some people hurt and i will talk with the man who shot this amazing video footage in just a few minutes. >>> but first this breaking news to tell you about. thousands of people are stranded after a cruise ship lost power in the gulf of mexico. an engine fire left the carnival triumph ship without electricity but we hear that it is now operating on emergency generator power. more than 4,000 people are on board the ship. the fire has reportedly been put out and the ship is to be towed to the closest port which in mexico. carnival says another of its vessels is on the scene bringing food and drinks to the stranded ship. >>> and in southern california -- >> collectively, this group that by my office is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to mr. dorner's capture. >> the city of los angeles offering a hefty reward after days of fruitless searching in the san bernardi
, and jonathan allen, thank you very much. >>> coming up, when do you think mississippi ratified the 13th amendment abolishing slavery in this country? send us your guesses on facebook or twitter, the answer coming up. here is a hint. it actually took a movie to get them to do it. >>> and the most love-sick governor of our time, back, running for congress in south carolina. and the frontrunner in the democratic party to run against him it steven colbert's sister. we'll preview that race tonight. aspirin, really? i haven't thought about aspirin for years. aspirin wouldn't really help my headache, i don't think. aspirin is just old school. people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. what's different? it has micro-particles. enters the bloodstream fast and rushes relief to the site of pain. visit fastreliefchallenge.com today for a special trial offer. full of beautiful highlights and lowlights. that's why nice'n easy b
. >> all kinds of technology here on fox 5. >> good morning. clean-up is under way in parts of mississippi after a round of severe weather. a tornado tore through the city of hattiesburg on sunday. more than 60 people areunder and hundreds of homes were damaged in at least three counties. there are reports of damage on the campus of the university of southern mississippi but no injuries. >>> parts of the northeast are working to get things ready for the morning commute following this weekend's blizzard. subways and buses will be pretty much back to normal in new york city today and transportation officials in boston are working to get service back on a regular schedule. most airlines say they are running on close to normal schedules. thousands of homes and businesses are still in the dark mostly in massachusetts. the storm is blamed for at least 15 deaths across the northeast and in canada. canad >>> there is tucker barnes. good morning to you. >> we couldn't wait to get to you. >> talk about a surprise. that could have been awkward. let's go right to the hd radar. we have rain showers mov
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now on "first look." now see weather around the country from this mississippi twister to more rain and snow as we kick off the new week. the reward is now $1 million as police continue to hunt for the rogue cop. >>> music's biggest night. the eye popping outfits, memorable moments, plus, a plan what the president plans to lay out in the state of the union. and what steven seagal plans to do teaming up with sheriff joseph arpaio. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. >>> the brunt of the storms hit in and around hattiesburg, mississippi, where a long tractor nad doe ripped across parts of the state. the twister traveled down one of hattiesburg main streets wanding its way through the university of southern mississippi's campus. governor phil brian has declared a state of emergency with downed trees, mangled buildings and injuries to more than a dozen people. fortunately no deaths have been reported. nbc meteorologist bill karins will have more on the threat of severe weather and potential flash flooding in a few minutes. >>> residents in southern california remain on edge this morning. day f
>>> good monday morning to you. coming up on "early today," nasty weather from this mississippi twister to more rain and snow as we kick off a new week. >>> the reward is now $1 million as police continue to hunt for the rogue cop. >>> music's biggest night. the eye-popping outfits, memorable moment, and surprises. >>> a preview of what the president plans to lay out in his state of the union. >>> and steveny y isegal teams with sheriff joe arpaio. >>> and steveny y isegal teams with sheriff joe arpaio. is that a good idea? captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> go very good morning. nice to see you, i'm veronica de la cruz. parts of the gulf coast are waking up to untold damage after a wave of severe storms raked across the region sunday night. the brunt of the storms hit in and around hattiesburg, mississippi, where a long-track tornado ripped across part of the state. the twister traveled down one of the main streets, winding through the university of southern mississippi campus. the governor declared a state of emergency in seven counties reporting damage includ
to change. makes you feel bad for some place like mississippi. every time it opens its mouth because of its reputation you are like please don't say the n word, please don't say the n word. why have they had such a bad remember. we'll look back at a classic episode of "the daily show" with tonight's segment 19th century news. ♪ hello. greetings and salutations. my name is jon stewart and given the times i'm obviously neither jewish nor on television. [laughter] our top story this day in the 1865 is that the state of georgia has voted to ratified -- we had over the shoulders in 1965 in? the -- 1865? the state of georgia has voted to ratify the 13th amendment. delightful. being the 27th state to so vote the amendment is national adopted and slavery is abolished in these united states. oh, bully. of course, there still remain a few stragglers who have yet to rat fight the amendment, -- ratify the amendment i'm looking at magnolia state. how much longer will you wait? 148 years would be ridiculous, wouldn't it? >> after 148 years the state of mississippi has finally ratified the 13th amendmen
very witty fun concerning mississippi's just recently ratifying the 13th amendment. agreeing to end slavery, a mere 148 years after. after the rest of us. as many of you know, if i am bringing up something that we did on the show last week, i'm probably about to apologize for it. maybe i'm apologizing to mississippi as painting it to some kind of reluctant entrant to modern morality. yes, no. it concerns a former mississippi secretary of state who presided over a 1995 attempt to ratify the 13th amendment. it failed due to a bureaucratic snafu >> their former secretary of state failed to send a copy of the resolution to the federal registrar. >> jon: classic. here's my impression of him mailing mississippi's 13th amendment ratification to the federal registrar. "so glad we did this. that's really nice. let me just put this in the mailbox." oh, what fun! let me explain what we did just there. we used the gentleman by the name of dick molfuss largely because his name was dick molfuss as an avitar for casual bigotry forgetting that perhaps dick molfuss is a real person with a real recor
of the assassination of medgar evers who fought to overturn segregation at the university of mississippi. he was shot outside of his home in 1953 by the clue clue by byron de la beckwith who was arrested right away. but despite the murder weapon fingerprints two juries made of all white men failed to convict him. but jerry mitchell uncovered new evidence which led to the case being reopened. mitchell found that a state agency called the mississippi state sovereign commission aided de la beckwith's defense by weeding out sympathizers from the jury pool. a new jury in mississippi succeeded where the two previous ones failed. de la beckwith was found guilty for the murder of medgar evers and sentenced to life in prisonment. although 30 years is a long time for justice, the reopening and successful prosecution of cases like this suggests that mississippi may slowly be coming to turns with its racist past. joining me when has been opened cases against some of the biggest killings in the era. the 1963 church bombings and the murders of three civil rights workers in mississippi. thank you for joining us in
three people are injured in mississippi tonight after a possible tornado swept through the city of hattiesburg. the storm causing major damage to several homes and businesses, including the campus of the university of southern mississippi. parts of louisiana, alabama, and mississippi remain under tornado or flash flood watches at this hour. >>> vice president obama -- as president obama polishes the final draft of his state of the union address he used his saturday address to call on congress. >> at a time when economists and business leaders have said that our economy is poised for progress we shouldn't allow self-inflicted wounds to put that progress in jeopardy. so my message to congress is this. let's keep working together to solve this problem. >> it will be part of the president's state of the union address on tuesday. plus, one senator threatens to derail two key cabinet nominations. fox 5's melanie alnwick has the roundup. >> reporter: whether it comes to the sequester, $85 billion in budget cut, members of congress agreed on one point night. think that sequestration is
>>> this morning my question -- did you know that mississippi schools are resegregated? plus, it is hashtag fbj time. my governor is working my last nerve, and why a coat of pink paint is the ultimate sign of defiance, but first, this is the moment when the big change is possible. >>> good morning, i'm melissa harris-perry. did everyone get the memo? check the inbox. it was from the hispanic leadership network and the subject line was "suggested dos and don'ts of immigration reform." you know this one that the hln sent to the gop to give them a little bit of help when talking about immigrants. as they say to provide tonally sensitive messaging points to those members of the grand old party who just haven't evolved disgurively on immigration. some of the dos and don'ts are don't use phrases like illegals or aliens and never say anchor-baby. instead, why not use undocumented immigrant when referring to those who are here without, well, documentation. and when addressing border security, don't ever say "send them all back" or "electric fence." how about the enforcement of our bo
. thanks. that's the cold truth! >>> no american state, not even the state of mississippi is allowed to just ban abortion. abortion is a federally constitutionally protected right. but if you live in the great state of mississippi right now, you may be in the midst of your final weeks where legal abortion in your state is a real thing. a right that exists in practical terms and not just on paper. there is only one clinic left in the entire state that does abortions, and last year republicans in mississippi figured out how to regulate that abortion clinic right out of existence. they passed a new regulation targeting the only abortion provider in the state, regulations they knew the clinic could not meet. they couldn't ban abortion in the state overtly, but they knew that would be the effect of these new regulations. >> we're going toe continue to try to work to end abortion in mississippi. and this is an historic day to begin that process. >> that's a bill that gives us a great opportunity to do -- to accomplish what our goal needs to be. our goal needs to be to end all abortions in
>> today the governor of mississippi will look at damage from a week and tornado with parts of banalities continuing to dig out from as much as 3 feet of snow. >> a 14-year-old boy charged with killing his baby sister prepares for a court date. >> a look at grammy fashions, which stars really tested the new dress code. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> appropriately addressed this morning are weak. it's monday, february 11. i am scott thuman. >> i am cynne simpson. our top story the weather. you don't want to leave home without the umbrella. meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> you will only need the umbrella this morning. quite a weekend with tornadoes in mississippi. a blizzard in the northeast. we missed the boat on all those things and got off pretty easy. it is just light rain this morning. along the potomac is where the edge of the steady rain is beginning to end. spotty showers still in fairfax and manassas, but that will not amount to much. the steady rain should be coming to an end by
the bill, is that right? >> i believe so. >> the bill for ratification in the bill for mississippi. all ken had to do was go down there and pick up his copy of the bill. >> and ken, what was your sense as to why after being voted on 139 years later in 1995, the mississippi legislature votes on it. why did the state of mississippi never pass it onto washington for the official finality? >> you know there could be a lot of speculation to that. he may not have received it. it is my understanding, from what i have researched, that that resolution was passed in what they call a block vote. there were several resolutions blocked together that was read in whole. and the senate just did a voice vote. and that block of resolutions passed. so in that block of resolutions it could have been just gotten shuffled to the bottom and never found. it could have -- it could have been understood that it was completed. that the legislature had voted on it. whatever happened, i have no idea. it would be total speculation. >> well -- >> and the surprise here is the fellow at usconstitution.net that somehow figur
raked across the region sunday night. the brunt of the storms hit in and around hattiesburg, mississippi, where a long-track tornado ripped across part of the state. the twister traveled down one of the main streets, winding through the university of southern mississippi campus. the governor declared a state of emergency in seven counties reporting damage including downed trees, mangled buildings, and injuries to more than a dozen people. fortunately no deaths have been reported. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins will have the details on the threat of more severe weather and potential flash floods coming up in a few minutes. >>> residents in southern california remain on edge this morning. day five in the manhunt for a former lapd officer suspected in three cold-blooded killings. l.a. authorities have upped the stakes in the search offering a record $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of christopher dorner. >> reporter: law enforcement sources say this is christopher dorner dumping a gun belt, a helmet, lapd uniform, and ammunition the morning after his first two murd
tornado struck the town here university of southern mississippi. the campus is virtually deserted this weekend. it's a long school holiday weekend. still at least three people were injured. the people who rode out the storm said it was full of debris. debris was everywhere. there's what storm chasing john sibley has seen. he's joining us now on the telephone. i'm here as well as our meteorologist chad meyers. tell me us what you saw. >> i origin ally picked up the tornado as it moved out of marion county, mississippi. the tornado struck down hitting several homes and injuring several people. i tracked it into down. the tornado itself on the west side was larger than the eastern side. we've been able to go back and look at our video in the last couple of hours as the tornado moved through about 5, 10:00 p.m. central time. i didn't hear any sirens in west hattiesburg, they were loud and proud. also want to give a shout out to the local fire department. as the tornado was paralleling highway 98 and moving into the city, they were out there watching traffic to keep folks from driving
that there is a tornado on the ground in hattiesburg, mississippi. this is in southern mississippi. terry steed from the emergency management district said there is damage. cnn weather team is working on the story. we will be bringing you more information as soon as we have it. of course we've been following other weather news. tomorrow's commute is going to be quite frankly a nightmare in the new england blizzard zone. but who can think about that when there's so much shredding to do, right? this is the important thing to do today. airborne right there. good job. every county in the state got a record amount of snowfall this weekend. cleanup crews in providence, hartford, boston, all working nonstop to get the roads ready for the commute tomorrow. >>> $1 million reward for chris dorner. days of grouped and air searches in the san bernardino mountains have failed to pick up his trail. this is after his burning truck was found in the area on thursday. police are actually scaling back the search there. dorner is described by the police chief as a, "trained assassin." he is accused of killing three peo
of the southeast touching down in three counties. one of the hardest hit cities was hattiesburg, mississippi. good morning patti ann. the pictures and video are insane. watch the massive tornado hit through the heart of hattiesburg, mississippi. >> check this out. it is happening right outside my hotel. look at that. >> the devastating twister injuring dozens and injuring 4200 people without power. >> as the tornado traveled down the city's main street it mangled homes and businesses across the campus of university of southern mississippi. >> i saw it as it was crossing interstate 59. it was coming pretty fast. my heart was racing. i have lived here my whole life. this is surreal. hard to take it in right now. >> the powerful winds flipped cars and tossed a trampoline on top of a damaged red cross relief truck. the red cross center was complete dlis troyed. phil bryant plans to check out all of the damage. >>> thank you so much. i was watching last night. >> all clear now? >> we are still looking at more isolated severe weather across places of alabama and also expecting to see isolated severe wea
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